Euro NCAP | Mitsubishi L200 | 2008 | Crash test
http://www.euroncap.com/tests/mitsubishi_l200/314.aspx Frontal Impact takes
place at 64 Km/h, 40% of the width of the car striking a deformable
barrier. In the side impact, a mobile deformable barrier impacts the
driver's door at 50 km/h. In the pole test, the car tested is propelled
sideways at 29km/h into a rigid pole.
2007 Nissan Pathfinder side IIHS crash test
2007 Nissan Pathfinder without optional side airbags 31 mph side IIHS crash
Overall evaluation: Marginal
Full rating at http://www.iihs.org/ratings/rating.aspx?id=851
Nissan Pathfinder vs Toyota 4Runner mudding
Here's a video of more mudding from the Pathfinder:
Just a mud filled day with a Jeep Commander, Volkswagen Toureg, Nissan
Pathfinder, and Toyota 4Runner.
2007 Toyota 4Runner side IIHS crash test
2007 Toyota 4Runner with optional side airbags 31 mph side IIHS crash test
Overall evaluation: Good
Full rating at http://www.iihs.org/ratings/rating.aspx?id=841
Toyota 4Runner | 2012 | Side Crash Test | NHTSA | CrashNet1
2012 Toyota 4Runner Side Crash Test NHTSA HD
Toyota Hilux Surf
A small-sized adult female crash test dummy is placed in the
driver's seat and is secured with a seat belt. The test vehicle,
angled at 75 degrees, is then pulled sideways at 20 mph (32km/h) into
a 25-cm diameter pole at the driver's seating location. This
test mimics a side impact crash involving a narrow, fixed
object like a utility pole or tree.
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4Runner 4Ever: 2010 Toyota 4Runner Trail Grade Full Test
2010 Toyota 4Runner Trail Grade Full Test:
Climbing up the near-vertical dirt trail in the all-new 2010 Toyota 4Runner
Trail Grade seems pretty easy, at least until we get to the hill-climb's
crest. The trail is actually too steep to walk up and the front tire on the
driver side starts losing traction and the front end begins to slide off
the trail toward a drop-off that borders each side of the incline.
After stopping the SUV on the hill's face (and taking a few deep breaths),
we engage the push-button Crawl Control on its most aggressive setting,
grab on tight to the steering wheel and take our foot completely off the
brake. This allows the Crawl Control to modulate throttle and traction
control at each wheel to maximize grip up the hill at a slow and controlled
pace, allowing us to just focus on steering away from the cliff's edge.
A few short moments later, we crest the trail's lip with ease.